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Democratic Party Collapse

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Saturn 2
SoupIsGoodFood 4
jackass 6
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Emperor of Kingwood 2
Markster 7
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RayofHope 6
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roer de pot 2
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RayofHope --- 137 days ago -

Some say it is on the horizon. Democrats have begun to:

1) Elect socialists in a country that has never embraced socialism;

2) Lose funding;

3) Lose focus (No platform other than obstruct Trump);

and 4) Try and eliminate ICE and have open borders (A survey of Latino voters two days ago found that most Latinos voters do not want open borders).

Democratic Civil War  

RayofHope --- 137 days ago -

In high school, my government teacher said the people always elect the candidate they perceive as the most moderate. But, that could be changing. If Trump is not re-elected we may become a socialist country. 

Markster --- 137 days ago -

Democratic Party Collapse

Wishful thinking from a suckered "republican" for other suckered republicans. lol 

OrdinaryGuy --- 137 days ago -

^^^^^^^^^
I guess the markster didn't hear the chairman of the DNC call the socialist candidate who won the primary the future of the DNC. markster always has problems with facts he doesn't like 

Markster --- 137 days ago -

markster always has problems with facts he doesn't like

Facts from suckered republicans used to be called tabloid gossip. lol. Rest assured OG...the DNC is fine and poised to take the house in 2018 and if we play our cards right, we will impeach Trump and take the WH in 2020...

btw...Guess the day, month and year Trump is impeached to win prizes! 

RayofHope --- 137 days ago -

btw...Guess the day, month and year Trump is impeached to win prizes!?

Kinda proves my point, Democrats have very little to contribute to the political discourse other than obstruct or impeach Trump. 

RayofHope --- 137 days ago -

The real question that will be answered by the next election is whether the United States has embraced socialism.

Young people today were not taught to fear Socialism/Communism. And, many young people now have a disdain for the United States. 

jackass --- 137 days ago -

And some people just don?t care too much...most of us benefit from some form of socialism but some people are more comfortable when it?s labeled as something else... 

OrdinaryGuy --- 137 days ago -

Facts from suckered republicans used to be called tabloid gossip.

Once again...you missed it. The chairman of the DNC was on TV and said that socialism was the future of the democratic party. I guess you can't refute that fact so you choose to ignore it. Then you talk about your fantasy of a Trump impeachment which won't happen. 

OrdinaryGuy --- 137 days ago -

Kinda proves my point, Democrats have very little to contribute to the political discourse other than obstruct or impeach Trump.?

So true. I hope all the democrats running for election run on an anti-Trump platform. They will lose for sure! 

jackass --- 137 days ago -

You just better hope they continue to be apathetic on Election Day... 

Markster --- 137 days ago -

Oh no
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busted 

RayofHope --- 137 days ago -

Mark

Looks like a great poster from the 60's.

But seriously, the country may be on a shift of it's ideological base.

Lots of people want to hide American exceptionalism and replace it with embarrassment for our history. That seems to be the DNC motivation.

I feel sorry for the Americans giving up their lives to defend freedom in the world. If we had entered WWII earlier, more Jewish lives would have been spared. Modern Americans seem to want to forget the sacrifices this country has made. 

Markster --- 136 days ago -


But seriously, the country may be on a shift of it's ideological base.


That seriously needs to happen. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 136 days ago -

People who don't work, so don't pay taxes, shouldn't be able to vote or have an opinion. 

roer de pot --- 136 days ago -

I suspect this is why so many career politicians are leaving the GOP, some even calling for Democrats to win if we want to save this country.

The GOP is dead. It is now the trump Party, and it won't be sustainable long term.

Our country already embraces democratic socialism on a large scale. 

roer de pot --- 136 days ago -

People who don't work, so don't pay taxes, shouldn't be able to vote or have an opinion.

How very un-American of you. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 136 days ago -

I guess that means you fall in that category. 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 136 days ago -

If this "Blue Wave" doesn't materialize for the left in November. Their party is done. 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 136 days ago -

People who don't work, so don't pay taxes, shouldn't be able to vote or have an opinion.?

Totally agree. You must have skin in the game if you want to vote. 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 136 days ago -

The GOP is dead. It is now the trump Party, and it won't be sustainable long term.

Our country already embraces democratic socialism on a large scale.


What delusional foolishness.

Is this where you tell us........... But schools? But roads? But fire/police? 

jackass --- 136 days ago -

The GOP is dead. It is now the trump Party, and it won't be sustainable long term.

Our country already embraces democratic socialism on a large scale.



That isn?t delusional at all. This isn?t the party of Reagan by any stretch of the imagination. The proof is how everyone turned on McCain for the being the person he was when you all held him up as the future of the country, he didn?t change, you did. 

jackass --- 136 days ago -

If this "Blue Wave" doesn't materialize for the left in November. Their party is done.



Truth. They can?t get organized even under the common goal of ousting trump. At the least the maga party can unify by hating liberals. The truth is the younger people in this country are more and more left leaning but don?t care on Election Day. If they ever get organized they?ll take over, your probably safe for the rest of your lifetime though... 

fuzz81 --- 136 days ago -

People who don't work, so don't pay taxes, shouldn't be able to vote or have an opinion.?

Totally agree. You must have skin in the game if you want to vote.?


It?s a constitutional right to vote. Funny how republicans continue to demonstrate their hatred of the constitution. 

fuzz81 --- 136 days ago -

Since texas is a federal drain, taking more money than it provides, does that mean texans can?t vote? 

jackass --- 136 days ago -

People who don't work, so don't pay taxes, shouldn't be able to vote or have an opinion.?

Totally agree. You must have skin in the game if you want to vote.?



That?s the kind of thinking that gets the ball rolling... 

Markster --- 136 days ago -

People who don't work, so don't pay taxes, shouldn't be able to vote or have an opinion.?

Corporations don't pay taxes. They sure do have opinions. ahhh but its people that dont need opinions or the privilege to vote. hmmmm. The elderly shouldnt vote, the disabled shouldnt vote, the laid off...etc

Ignorance out loud, I say. 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 136 days ago -

Corporations don't pay taxes.

I suggest you start reading their 10Ks for public corps. 

OrdinaryGuy --- 136 days ago -

Corporations don't pay taxes.

Of course they pay taxes but markster usually states his opinion as fact. Have you noticed he's wrong most of the time!! 

Saturn --- 136 days ago -

The elderly shouldnt vote, the disabled shouldnt vote, the laid off...etc


I'm 67 years old, so do you consider me elderly and ineligible to vote?

In addition, the VA has rated me as a 100% Disabled Vietnam Veteran (Service Connected).

Therefore, using that logic I'm both elderly and disabled and shouldn't be allowed to vote?

Sorry, but that does not compute ... 

Butterbean --- 136 days ago -

Not Mark. Read a little further up the thread. 

fuzz81 --- 136 days ago -

I'm 67 years old, so do you consider me elderly and ineligible to vote?

In addition, the VA has rated me as a 100% Disabled Vietnam Veteran (Service Connected).

Therefore, using your logic I'm both elderly and disabled and shouldn't be allowed to vote?

Sorry Mark, but that does not compute ...?


You mean ATD and Empress of Knowhere 

Saturn --- 136 days ago -

You mean ATD and Empress of Knowhere

Fixed it .... I think. 

Butterbean --- 136 days ago -

Well done. 

RayofHope --- 134 days ago -

Our country already embraces democratic socialism on a large scale.

You may be correct. The next election will tell. The Democrat party seems to be headed in that direction. We may have to adjust to becoming a socialist country. 

OrdinaryGuy --- 133 days ago -

Facts from suckered republicans used to be called tabloid gossip.

Actually....wrong again. He was on TV and said it but I guess you can't comprehend that fact so you choose to ignore it. It is kind of hard to around, though. 

Markster --- 133 days ago -

He was on TV and said it

Who was on TV and said "it"?
What is, "it"?

I guess you can't comprehend that fact so you choose to ignore it. It is kind of hard to around, though.

Could you be more vague? Your post reads like you just ran 4 blocks to tell me "Timmy fell down the well and needs help!". 

Butterbean --- 133 days ago -

Your post reads like you just ran 4 blocks to tell me "Timmy fell down the well and needs help!".

Well said. 

OrdinaryGuy --- 132 days ago -

Who was on TV and said "it"?

The chairman of the DNC.

What is, "it"?
That socialism was the future of the DNC.

Is that clear enough for you? 

Butterbean --- 132 days ago -

It is kind of hard to around, though. 

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